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for encouraged. at the bible is saying he encouraged himself. what i want you to see in this passage is what in the world does it mean by encouraging yourself when you are so discouraged? let's be sure to uerstand the difference between disappointment and discouragement. a disappointment is an emotional response to a failed expectation, some ho or some desirere. but now, disappointment is unavoidable. we'll be disappointed with people andnd circumstaes. but discouragement is feeling of despair that feeling of despondency. so dcouragement is a choice we make. i don't have to remained discouraged. i may get discraged but i don't have to remain discouraged. disappointment is unavoidable and it can hit us and bring on discouragement. if i chohoose to remain discouraged it's because o of a choice you and i make. now, let me ask you a question, are you discouraged? if you'll walk around and listen to people and just listen to them talk, you'll find out there's more people who are discouraraged than there are encouraged in the day we live. once we start talking they tell you whatat's wrong. a loof
that they just don't let the bible get in the way of what they believe. they're going to... well this is not what i've been taught. this is not what i think and so they just cherry-pick and choose the parts that they like and reject this. i'm telling you, this is the word of god. if the word of god has any authority in your life... any dominance over you, then you ought to humble yourself and you ought to say god, forgive me! forgive me for sitting there and trying to earn what you've already given. forgive me for trying to pay for what has already been paid for. help me to humble myself. help me to receive this revelation of the grace of god. that is the appropriate response to all of this message, and even the old testament law... moses, who was the law giver and the one who wrote down all of these laws and commandments... moses right here in these verses that were quoted from, moses prophesied the end of the law that he put into effect. just like it says right here christ is the end of the law for righteousness to every one that believeth. moses prophesied that. moses realized... it says over
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to clarify something. we're not talking about getting alone to pray and have a bible study and read the scripture. no. just getting alone with god period. and what happens is this. that tension and that stress that's a killer begins to drain away. and before long, what was there making you feel like you were tight and you could hardly breathe. you couldn't stand another week or another day and something happens. it all loosens up and all trains away and you begin the next day brand-new. it's all gone. you say, are you telling me that just getting alone with god will do that? i'm not just telling you that. i'm telling you i lived through that. i know it works. pastors are not the only people in the world that have a lot of tension and stress and all the other things, but we certainly have our share. many other people have demands similar. so the issue is this. you mean to tell me that if i get alone with god, it's going to change my life? and the answer is absolutely. but you have to understand what's involved in that. so therefore, it's aloneness we choose not loneliness. and it's a
and crises around the world that frighten us. will we be able to face the future with faith? your bible gives encouraging answers to this question! your creator in heaven loves you and wants you to trust him for your future and your life. you can have faith if you seek a close relationship with your loving father in heaven. are you getting answers to your prayers? listen! your bible gives the keys to answered prayer! you need to apply the keys to answered prayer! god in heaven will hear your prayer, and he will answer you with abundant blessings, if you follow his instructions! you need to know the biblical keys to answered prayer! prayer! stay tuned! ♪ warm greetings to all our friends around the world! many nations around the world are struggling to survive the global financial crisis. perhaps you, or someone in your family, have suffered unemployment, under-employment, home-mortgage foreclosure, or other stresses. not only have families experienced stress from the global financial recession, but millions worry about their daily needs. then add to those stresses the daily frustrations fro
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those forgiven, but in the bible... it says in james, chapter 2, verse 10, if you keep the whole law and yet offend in one point, you become guilty of all. in the bible there is no such thing as comparative righteousness... you know, god grading on a curve. nobody's going to be perfect, so god has to just take the people who do the best they can and he will make up the difference. no! it says that if you are going about to establish your own righteousness... that's a self-righteousness, a righteousness which is based on your conformity to some standard of conduct... if you are going about to establish your own righteousness, you are not submitting yourselves unto the righteousness of god. god-righteousness, which is perfect and holy and pure, that comes only by putting faith in what jesus did... faith-righteousness and law-righteousness are opposite. you cannot operate in both for the purpose of acceptance. it has to be one or the other. i used that verse yesterday in romans, chapter 11, verse 6. it's either grace or it's works, but it's not a combination of the two. you cannot estab
join church... to be water baptized... to dedicate himself... to start studying the bible... to pray an hour a day... to do any of these things. he just called out and said lord, have mercy upon me... remember me when you come into your kingdom. by doing that... by calling him lord, he did what this says right here... he made jesus his lord. he recognized his superiority and he humbled himself and received what jesus was doing for him and he believed and because of that jesus said today you will be with me in paradise, and you know what? that man received because he did these things. it's not based on your performance. it's just based on you making him lord and believing in your heart god raised him from the dead and you shall be saved. for with the heart man believes unto righteousness... it comes through the heart and through belief not through performance, and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation. you have to believe what you say you believe in your heart enough that you act on it. you don't have to be perfect in it but you do have to act on it. faith without works is
so clearly. never once in the bible does it talk about an ordinary life. sacrificing is messy. it is hard. it is dirty. >> i want people to experience the same joy and compassion that i've learned throughout this gap year. >> george: their gap year ended recently with a graduation ceremony back in colorado. all three start college in a few weeks. >> wendy: that's amazing. i was so jealous when they were hiking kilimanjaro. >> george: it costs about $25,000 for the year. it is like a missions trip. the girls go out and raise money from churches and friends and so forth, but it truly is a life-changing experience. >> wendy: a lot of colleges, especially private ones, are at least $25,000. >> george: and it is a growing trend. >> wendy: i wish i had done it now. i went straight into college. you did, too, didn't you? >> george: yes. >> wendy: thanks for that story. coming up, egyptians in america call on the obama administration to take action. why they want the u.s. to drop its support for the muslim brotherhood. >> george: and welcome back to christian world news. the crisis in
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man, and still is. but i noticed, that we were broke. he couldn't put me through bible school, $4 a day, southwestern assemblies of god bible college in waxahachie, and he had no money. and so i found out early that prayer was not the seed for finances. and i've learned since that most people who pray a lot, don't have much money. so we know that prayer is not the secret to financial blessing. if it was, bill gates would be the number one intercessor in america, and for some reason... >> maybe not. >> he hadn't struck me that way. so i began to study the word of god, and i wanna just say this, right there at your house, i don't know what will happen to you, to your life, until i find out who you trust. i am here because i trusted the right woman, my mother. every man is trusting a woman. every man. that's how we catch guys that escape out of prison. we tap the phone of the woman they trust. [laughter] and he shows up. a man cannot stay away from a woman he trust. and in all of my ministry, my life, somewhere my mother brought me into a persuasion that the answers to life were in,
about getting alone to pray and have a bible study and read the scripture. no. just getting alone with god period. and what happens is this. that tension and that stress that's a killer begins to drain away. and before long, what was there making you feel like you were tight and you could hardly breathe. you couldn't stand another week or another day and something happens. it all loosens up and all trains away and you begin the next day brand-new. it's all gone. you say, are you telling me that just getting alone with god will do that? i'm not just telling you that. i'm telling you i lived through that. i know it works. pastors are not the only people in the world that have a lot of tension and stress and all the other things, but we certainly have our share. many other people have demands similar. so the issue is this. you mean to tell me that if i get alone with god, it's going to change my life? and the answer is absolutely. but you have to understand what's involved in that. so therefore, it's aloneness we choose not loneliness. and it's a decision we come to out of choice. we
and born in sin instilled these things in your flesh... what the bible calls the flesh... and you are going to continue to have some of these things until you renew them. but you aren't destined to a life of just constant struggle. you can renew yourself and overcome this. in verse 18 paul said, for i know that in me, that is, in my flesh... now, that is in parentheses here. it is super important that you understand this. paul said, "i know that in me (that is, in my flesh,) dwelleth no good thing." this would have been an inaccurate statement if he would have just said, i know that in me dwelleth no good thing, and sad to say, that's the way that the vast majority of christians today think. the vast majority of christians just sit there and say well, i know i'm nothing. without christ i can do nothing. they will quote john, chapter 15 where jesus said... i believe it's verse 5, without me you can do nothing. and they'll say i can do nothing without jesus, and they just live there, and you know what, that's true. jesus said that. but in the new covenant, once you get born again, you aren't
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quickly. if you have your bibles with you -- [laughter] i don't know if i have read in public without having to say that. so bear with me. you know anything about me, and he should know probably more than you want to if you have read the book, you know that i am not the world's best reader. probably the world's worst speller. i was the child sitting in the third grade classroom. whenever it would be our duty that day to read i would literally, the paris on the page anybody else ever do that? to so that i could practice that one paragraph over and over. so i'm going to read this. instead of just reading it as if i were steady in a cluster of instead of going to be from my heart. so this sounds a little different sometimes. that's okay. it makes sense to everybody. so start on page 179 if you want to follow along. have to keep in mind that i was desperately trying to stay in face. i spent many, many years and had seen what i believed as the power of god being demonstrated in this revival services as we call them. and so when i found out that the faith healer was coming to our town or a
things in this book of romans. the whole bible is inspired of god, but i tell you, romans is a masterpiece on the grace of god, and this is timely for us today because most people do not relate to god by grace. they relate to god by their own performance or what the bible here calls law. so there's a lot, and...and in the book of romans, especially chapter 8, man, you could spend weeks and weeks and weeks on this and we are just now coming up to romans, chapter 8. so again, i want to encourage you to please get the materials that we're offering. we're drawing to a close in this series and i promise you that these materials would enrich your life. it would help you to understand it. you've got to spend time. this has to soak down on the inside of you, so please get these materials. we ended yesterday with romans, chapter 7, and we had just spent from verses 14 down through verse 24, where paul talked about, he couldn't do what he wanted to do and what he didn't want to do he wound up doing, o wretched man that i am! who shall deliver me from the body of this death? and our
nashville tennessee the buckle of the bible belt and see muslim brotherhood linked groups, concrete links. i document it in the. to see these characters building a multi-million dollar mega-mosque across 15 acres of land. that's out of nashville tennessee? but imam i said to them there's only 120 muslim families in this whole town. why do you need a 15-acre multi-million dollar mega-mosque? he just smiled and he said well we have growing needs for the community. imam. i talk about this encounter in the book. where's the money coming from? it's all locally raised my friend. have a nice day. now, i was there friday prayers at this mosque and i have to tell you i saw cap drivers students. i hate to be judgmental. it didn't seem like the most affluent bunch per se and a 15-acre mega-mosque. it's kind of expensive and i know cabbies in d.c. you work hard and i caught one at the capitol. that's a lot of money. where's it coming from? i will give you an idea. saudi arabia. and i document in the book people have testified here on capitol hill that according to some estimates as many as 70% of americ
remembering, egypt has a special place in americans' imagination. it is in the bible, they studied ancient egyptians. it resonates more than a place like berma when you talk about events post mubarak. >> if you had advice for this crisis, what counsel would you suggest. >> i would say keep the powder dry. bottom line, right now the conflict between the brotherhood and military is existential. that scenario, it is hard to influence their behavior. i emphasize, influence them now. there may be a time we will again have leverage. that's why i think we don't want to play the card of the military aid right now. >> eric, thank you for joining us. great to have you and great insight in what's going on in egypt. >> thanks for having me. >> i want to talk more about violence against christians and not just in egypt. coming up, we talk to two iranian women that survive the horrors christians face under islamic regimes next. the most preferred and the most studied. so when it comes to getting the most out of your multivitamin, the choice is clear. centrum. starts with freshly-made pasta, and 100% rea
, sir. we're looking at a bible right here. can you tell me a little bit about what's in this bible? well, this bible was handed down to me and my dad from my grandfather. and it's in pretty bad shape. i see, i see. but the information in it dates back to 1758. and it tells of accounts where relatives of mine in chancellorsville, virginia had slaves and they were selling slaves. i don't open this bible that often. and it's the first time we've opened it to this page that has this information. i just didn't want it to get anymore damaged than it was. this obviously warrants additional research. if we took the time, there might be other data on some of the other pages connected to some more slave history as well. so if you look closely, there's a name, mol, and it's a female slave's name, and i see that in a lot of different documents. and you saw that in here? oh yeah, i saw that in there. and i also love the fact that one of your descendants is named "original". mm-huh. i thought that was cool. that's original, huh? yup. i loved that so. it's very difficult to find primary-source ma
't understand how >> i could understand the bible. [andrew] you know, before we go anywhere else, the first step in knowing god is that you have to know him as your savior. >> i was listening to a tape one day and... and they had this prayer... the sinner's prayer at the end and i didn't... we never heard that. we never, ever heard that, that you prayed and... and asked jesus into your life and then...then you were saved. so, i was hesitant to say it, but i did say it, and i...i...i knew in my heart that i was saved, and i was so excited and i said to him... i said...i said, i've got it. he said, what did you get? he said...i...i said, i'm saved. he's like, caroline... because we were always told we could never be saved which... for good, you always had to confess your sins every night and...and you know, make yourself right every night because you...there was no assurance that you were going to be saved. so he said... i said, i know. i said...i said, i... i can't give it to you, i said, but you can have it. i said, but i know that i'm saved. i'm going to heaven. he saw the confidence in me, he
. they said, shut up. the bible said he crowd louder. this is my moment. this is my moment. he discerned difference. that's what wisdom is. wisdom is the ability to discern difference in people. who creates loss, who creates gain. who feeds your weakness, who feeds your gift. who belongs in your past, who belongs in your future. that's what wisdom is. the first thing that you need to understand, the first thing you need to understand, is that nothing has the same value. nothing. jesus didn't even treat everybody the same. one woman said i believe you should treat everybody the same. i said, oh, you cook breakfast for your neighbor's husband? you know, if you just think twice you're almost geneious in our generation. deuteronomy says, this is your wisdom. this is the wisdom of god. the word of god is the wisdom of god. your wisdom is proportion to your god knowledge. here's my story. my father built seven churches from scratch, built them himself. but the most money he ever made in his whole life was $125 a week. with seven children. he talked or believed -- i can't say taught it. i can't
lessons taken from the bible. this one teaches them about sharing. cbn and partner heart for lebanon are demonstrating the love of christ, meeting the physical needs of refugees in crisis, reaching out and touching syrian hearts and young lives in lebanon. in lebanon's macau valley, gary lane, cbn news. >> george: up next, a new sound rises from the largest nation and the muslim world. >> george: welcome back to the show. a powerful prayer movement is rising in the world's largest muslim station. 24 hours a day, seven days a week, indonesia christians are interceding for their country. iit was a scene never witnessed before in indonesia's history. >> i don't know another nation on earth, like indonesia, where the church has become so passionate and united in prayer, but with each other. >> george: last year more than 9,000 christians from around the world met here for a massive prayer event. ♪ >> led by scores of indonesian churches, united to see the name of jesus christ lifted. dr. bongbong was a key occupant of that event. >> we have seen it among the pentecostal, and also in th
information, there's a whole separate heaven for animals. and just where did you learn that? it's in the bible. like you've read the bible. i've read plenty of damn bibles. do all animals go to heaven or just pets? all animals go to people heaven with us, dear -- yep. people heaven is for people. your grandma's been hitting the sauce. all right, thank you -- thanks for clearing that up. do some animals go to hell? we don't use those words, ally. bad animals go to hell, kid. believe you me, i know. when i was your age there was this mean old german shepherd named ilsa. i was walking to school one day, and i must have crossed too close to her territory. in those days the germans were very sensitive about their territory. well, that's all it took for fraeulein ilsa -- the nazi she-wolf -- to jump out and take a hunk out of my all-american hide. i still have the scar. you want to see it? i'll show you. dad, dad, dad! what are you doing? sit down. oh, all right. the point is -- fraeulein ilsa is probably in hell right now dragging her nazi butt across the devil's carpet. thank you for that heartwar
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, marines, and airmen who are christian who are told to put away their bibles, get them out of sight, remove any christian references on their personal facebook pages, about chaplains who are ordered not to pray in the name of jesus, and to take down signs that quote president eisenhower, who said there are no atheists in foxholes, because that might be offensive to atheists. well, it would appear that if some in the military have their way there wouldn't be any christians or even jews in the foxholes because they'd all be systematically drummed out of military service. look, i think we should accommodate people who adhere to islam or hinduism or judaism and who serve in the military. the first amendment is all about the freedom to believe, to worship, express, even disagree. but why are christians in the armed services singled out for discrimination? when i visited gitmo a few years ago, i was taken aback by the level of accommodation that we made for the muslim detainees. they were given opportunity to pray five times per day on their rigid schedule. they were begin a prayer rug. they were
quickly. you have your bibles with you. [laughter] i don't know if i have read in public without having to say that so bear with me. if you know anything about me and you should know probably more than you want to if you have read the book, you will know that i'm not the world's best reader and probably the world's worst speller. i was the child sitting in the third-grade classroom that whenever it would be our duty that day to read, i would literally count the paragraphs on the page and count the seats in front of me. anybody else ever did that? just so that i could practice that one paragraph over and over again. so i'm going to read this but instead of reading it as if i was sitting in the classroom trying to get through it, instead i'm going to read from my heart. if that sounds a little different sometimes and maybe how you read it then that's okay. does that make sense to everybody? i am starting on page 179 if you want to follow along. had to keep in mind that i was desperately trying to believe, desperately trying to stay in faith. i had spent many many years as an evangelist an
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pulled my bible in my lap and i went, wow, i never saw this before. i started reading and it was so strange and incredible and i...i got scared and i said, oh, the devil couldn't take my life. i stayed out of the hospital. he tried to get me to go in there, but no, i stayed out, so now he's trying to deceive me. so i put the bible beside my couch. and it was about three days later i heard a voice speak to me and he said, why aren't you reading my word? and i said, who are you, lord? he said, read my word, and i said, no. the devil is trying to deceive me because he wants my soul, and he said, no, the devil does not know my word to deceive you. he only knows my word to accuse you. now, read my word. i pulled that bible back up in my lap and i was so afraid to open it. i...i...i thought it was going to explode, but i opened it up and i started reading. i don't know where i read. i just know that i couldn't stop and i just read and read and read, and something happened inside, just like... just like months earlier something had exploded in me, now something exploded up in here. i could
to be successful today. announcer>>> welcome to through the bible with les feldick, a thirty-minute walk through the scriptures, teaching in-depth bible truths that change people's lives. now here's your host les feldick. les feldick>>> okay, good to see everybody once again for program number four this afternoon and boy, we had a lot of good food back there didn't we? a good afternoon. okay for those of you joining us on television, again we're just an informal bible study and we just like to teach verse by verse, most of the time, comparing scripture with scripture. and we appreciate so much that you let us know how much you're learning. my, i've said it before and i guess i can say it again, the average letters says, 'i've learned more in the last six months than in the previous forty years.' and it is, it's encouraging to us that the lord is opening a lot of eyes to these things that are a plain as day. i don't think it's all that difficult to see if they'll just look at it. all right, we're going to pick up where we left off, isaiah 61 and now we're down to verse 6. and this is an interesti
'll change your life." but what that is is just a surface change. it's just a b behavioral change. the bible sa that way is not enough. in fact, let me show you what it says about trying conform from the outse in. look what it ss in romans 12:2. you can turn in your bible there. see it on the screen? it says, "and do not be conformed to this world," -- everye say, "conforme" wwhat 's talking about there is that you weren't actually designed to be able to change from the inside. you weren't actually designed to be able to change from the outside in, but god's got another way. let me show you right here. it tells us in that same passage it says, "but be transformed"-- everyone say, "transformed." "by the renewinof your mind "that you may prove what is "thatat good and acceptle and perfect ll ogod." hello. my name is david stine. i am the lead pastor of dc metro chur and i just want to personally invite you to attend one of our sunday services at one of our two locations. we now meet in n alexandria as well as fairfax and we just believe that church should be real, relevant, d enjoyable. you c
the bible with les feldick, a thirty-minute walk through the scriptures, teaching in-depth bible truths that change people's lives. now here's your host les feldick. les feldick>>>okay, it's good to see you folks in. now again, i might as well let our television audience know that we've got a lot of empty chairs and it's one of those rare events when tulsa weather just didn't cooperate that much. but, we're thankful for these hearty souls that have come in for our taping this afternoon. for those of you out in television wherever you are, we again want to welcome you to an informal bible study. and i emphasize the informality of it because that was one of the first stipulations i laid down when the folks here asked me to make a television program i'm not going to come up here in a three piece suit and tie. and they said, 'that's fine.' so i'm going to maintain just like i teach my weekly bible classes, my short sleeves and a pair of slacks and that's going to be sufficient. and we appreciate the fact that this is what most of you are noticing. we're laid back. we don't try to put on a l
. the bible says he encouraged himself. then he said to priest. please bring me the ephod and david inquired of the lord saying, should i pursue this band? should i overtake him? he said pursue. you shall surely overtake them and rescue all. the ephod was a breastplate that the priest war and in it was sort of a sack and they had a couple of rocks or stones in there. and they would pray and then pull out one to make a decision. so in the process of doing so, god said to him, you should pursue him. that's what he does. now the scripture says david pursued he and four hundred men for 200 of them were too exhausted to cross the brook they saw and remained behind. they saw this egyptian, interrogated him. found out who did it. they found these people eating and drinking and dancing because of all the great spoil they had taken from the land of the philistines and the land of the judah. david slaughtered them all, recovered every single thing and david's spoil was what they had taken. what i want you to see in this passage is, he came to the place where he was in one of the deepest moments of des
of the bible belt, and see muslim brotherhood-linked groups, concrete links -- i name names in the book, i document it in the book -- to see these characters building a multimillion dollar mega mosques across 15 acres of land. outside of nashville, tennessee? but imam, i said to him, there's only 120 muslim families many this whole town. why do you need a 1500-acre, multimillion dollar mosque? well, we had growing needs for the country. imam, and i talk about this encounter in the book. where's the money coming from? it's all locally raised, my friend, have a nice day. [laughter] now, i was at friday prayers at this mosque, and i have to tell you i saw cab drivers, students. i hate to be judgmental, it didn't seem like the most affluent bunch, per se. and a 1500-acre mega, mega mosque, it's kind of expensive. and i know cab byes in d.c., they work their butt off. that's a lot of money. where's it coming from? i'll give you an idea, saudi arabia. and i document in the book, look, people have testified here on capitol hill that according to some estimates as many as 70 percent of american mo
, marines and airmen, who are christian, told to put away their bibles, get them out of sight and remove any christian references on their facebook pages. chaplains ordered not to florida in name of jesus and take down signs that quote president eisenhower who said, there are no eighatheists in foxholes bec that might be offensive to atheists. if some in the military have their way there wouldn't be jews or christians in foxholes because they would be system systemically drummed out of military service. i think we should ahe herhere te who serve in the military. it's about the freedom to worship and express and even disagree. why are christians in the armed services singled out for discrimination? when i visited gitmo a few years ago i was taken aback by the level of accommodation we made for the muslim detainees. they were given opportunity to pray five times per day on their rigid schedule. they were give an prayer rug, provided with a koran and fed only hot and freshly cooked strict halal meals which cost over $14 a day to prepare. the brave american servicemen who guarded them were fed s
, and the bible, of course. >> the bible says your sins will find you out. >> reporter: merlin, the antagonist, comes from another part of the community. he spends his days trying to oust from power by any means necessary. >> pretty obvious, it what to be merlin. he must have found it. >> reporter: we have a hard time understanding, you're quoting the scripture, talking about god and setting his office on fire. i mean, is that something you should take into your own -- >> people said i set his house on fire. nobody knows that -- how can you say that? oh, so you didn't? >> did you see me there? >> reporter: i'm just asking you, did you? >> i'm not going to answer that question. >> reporter: oh, okay. >> okay. >> reporter: initially, he didn't want to answer some of our other questions either. what did you do to go to jail? >> what did i do to go to jail? i had been -- well, i don't know if i want to talk about it. i guess -- >> reporter: it is public record, right, i could look it up, çóright? >> you could look it up. it was indicted for felony trafficking. >> reporter: drugs? >> yes. >> repo
on the west and according to smith's bible dictionary that should have bn trslated mount gilboa moffat chosto tralate it the who werefraid just went home of them went home afraid that you know that the local to the flaweb deuteronomy 28 first excuse me during aonomy verse 1220 verse eight don't take hrs into ttle they willause the hearts of other soldierso turn and be cowardly and that just won't wo 'o godsurpose of this whole thing was to prove to israel that it was he that would deliver israel frothe med%nights not their own power dot take hours into battle wh you verse four 10,000 against the hdred and 35,000 and god knows the hearts and minds of all men he war for him andhis cause and he knows his cowardly inther words separates ose on the @@ side in other rds get the ones about down over on the side there's a l of discussion among scholars about what is this made the lappinglike dog isto dig down to the water and pick up a cup in your hanb and standing lt the water out of your hand those wdo bend bown e accustomed to bending down portion vail is the thought of some some say that the menh
. (laughter) all right! hold up your bible, say it like you mean it. this is my bible. i am what it says i am. i have what it says i have. i can do what it says i can do. today i will be taught the word of god. i boldly confess: my mind is alert. my heart is receptive. i will never be the same. in jesus' name. god bless you. i want to talk to you today about something that you've never seen. i grew up in a minister's home and we always had church and auditoriums and traditional sanctuaries. that's what everybody did. but in 2005, god gave us this beautiful facility. now, we have church in a former sports arena. that's something that i had never seen. i worked 17 years behind the scenes at the church doing the television production and i thought that's how i would spend my life. but when my father went to be with the lord, i was suddenly thrust into this position. now, instead of being behind the cameras, i'm in front of the cameras. that was something i had never seen. in 2009, the new york yankees were about to open their new baseball stadium. one of their staff members called and asked if w
as mayor of hell. that's something these back woods bible thumpers can understand. >> god makes them born gay, why is he against it? it says in the bible. if he is against it, why did he make them born that way? i can't understand that. i've tried and tried and tried to understand that. i can't. [ cheers and applause ] >> stephen: we'll be right back. Ñ [ cheers and applause ] >> stephen: hey, welcome back, everybody. thanks so much. folks, as members of the colbert nation, i don't have to tell you that barack obama loves big government. need proof? in 1790 the federal government had power over 13 states. under obama? 50. and surprise, surprise, the last one is hawaii. from there much? well, brace yourself, folks. obama is at it again. >> a seemingly well intentioned government initiative is raising some serious questions about big brother. the federal government is now hiring behavioral experts to look for ways to influence americans' behavior. >> stephen: that's right. the white house is hiring behavioral experts. and this time it's not to get joe biden to stop drinking out of the toil
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